Dragon (ọkọ̀-òfurufú)

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SpaceX Dragon spacecraft
NASA TV C2+ Dragon grappled.jpg.
Role Placing humans and cargo into Low Earth orbit (commercial use)[1]
ISS supply following Shuttle retirement (governmental use)
Crew None (cargo version)
7 (DragonRider version)
Launch vehicle Falcon 9
Height 6.1 meters (20 feet)[2]
Diameter 3.7 meters (12.1 feet)[2]
Sidewall angle 15 degrees
Volume 10 m3 / 245 ft3 pressurized[3]
14 m3 / 490 ft3 unpressurized[3]
34 m3 / 1,200 ft3 unpressurized with extended trunk[3]
Dry mass 4,200 kg (9,260 lb)[2]
Payloads 6,000 kg / 13,228 lb (launch)[3]
3,000 kg / 6,614 lb (return)[3]
Endurance 1 week to 2 years[3]
Re-entry at 3.5 Gs[4][5]

The Dragon is a reusable spacecraft developed by SpaceX, a private space transportation company based in Hawthorne, California. During its uncrewed maiden flight in December 2010, Dragon became the first commercially-built and operated spacecraft to be recovered successfully from orbit.[6] On 25 May 2012, an uncrewed variant of Dragon became the first commercial spacecraft to successfully rendezvous with the International Space Station (ISS).[7][8][9]

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